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Rafaela Hsu

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HomeSchool - curriculum that is widely accepted
« on: May 11, 2019, 01:44:24 am »

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Hi Mommies,

Has anyone tried getting a US curriculum then moving your kid back to a regular private school here in PH? How did they take it? Was it hard to find a school that accepts homeschooling?

Just a background on why homeschooling and why US curriculum.

My kiddo & I are moving to Taiwan in a few months time (half Taiwanese here and I will petition him). Since he doesn’t speak the language, and we won't be there long homeschooling would be best for him.

After Taiwan, I’ve considered going back to the US after. However, that’s like my last option. Haha. Which means there’s a possibility of us moving back here in the Philippines or moving somewhere else (its a BIG world).

PH curriculum is out of the picture because I don’t think I have the knowledge in Tagalog to actually teach him that and I don’t know where we will be moving after. So I need a curriculum that is widely accepted, just in case.

Thank you!

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